We are looking for industrial designers for a quick study of “xNURBS VS SubD” – use xNURBS and SubD to model the rear mirror of the Porsche model below. (We could provide a reference model.)
The designer should be an experienced designer and should be good at SubD. It would be very helpful if you already master xNURBS. You will get a special offer for XNurbs software and we will also provide all the help you need to complete the model. If you are interested, please send an email to “support at xnurbs.com”.
Basic introduction of NURBS and SubD
SubD has been around for three decades, and is typically used for non-CAD applications, e.g., organic models. NURBS is the standard for Industry Design and CAD. For industrial surfaces, e.g., the rear mirror above, it may be a bit unfair to compare xNURBS with SubD because SubD generally generates NURBS with dense control points and the SubD surface deviation/quality may not be very good. Nevertheless, the main purpose of this study is to help users to learn how to use xNURBS efficiently for industrial design.